Posted by Jake Dunn on 26/09/22 14:35
Maple Sustainable Construction of Facades event
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Maple’s latest customer education event was rated 9.1 out of 10 by guests.

‘Sustainable Construction of Façades’ was held at our Stockport offices on September 15 and was attended by many Tier 1 contractors and architects and client organizations.
In a packed programme, guests heard from carbon solution specialists Auditel and embodied carbon expert Mark Miller, and took part in a live Q&A session. 
“Sustainable construction is one of the hottest topics in the industry at the moment,” said Maple’s Head of Sales and Marketing, David Carroll. “I’m sure that’s the reason our event was over-subscribed.
“As well as guest speakers, our own experts looked at the pros and cons of different façade materials, and explained how value engineering can reduce waste in façade projects.”
‘Sustainable construction of façades’ was the latest customer event in Maple’s façade education programme. It followed our ‘Essential guide to making façade projects a success' event in April, which was rated 9/10 by guests.
Both events were followed by lunch and a tour of the Maple factory.


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